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Trigger level set on exchange
In article ,
Andrew Hodgson writes:
Does anyone know the lowest number of registrations on an exchange in
the past before a trigger level has been officially set?
Yes, the number is zero. Mostly because large numbers of trigger
levels where set before registrations opened. Even then lots of
exchanges where given trigger levels shortly afterwards when
registration levels where still low.
Jonathan A. Buzzard Email: jonathan at buzzard.me.uk
Northumberland, United Kingdom. Tel: +44 1661-832195
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